Brewers announce NLCS ticket plans as they hope for another deep playoff run

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MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers may not have played a game of their first-round National League Division Series against the Atlanta Braves yet, but they’re already planning ahead when it comes to their chase for an NL pennant.

Tickets for the National League Championship Series will go on sale for the general public starting Monday, October 11 at 10 a.m. central time, but fans who live in-state will get the first chance to buy tickets at 10 a.m. central time on Friday, October 8.

The team expects tickets to go quickly once they go on sale as they try to make their first World Series appearance since 1982.

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All tickets bought for postseason games will be delivered exclusively through the MLB Ballpark App. You can reserve your tickets online on the team’s website.

The Brewers will need to win a series against the Atlanta Braves in order to make it to the National League Championship Series. Fans will be refunded within 10 days for any tickets to games that do not occur if the Brewers get eliminated from the playoffs.

The Brewers last made the National League Championship Series in 2018, losing to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 7 games, falling one win shy of the World Series.